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21, 22 and 23 October 2007

Happily Ever After

by Katy Darby

Directed by David Weinberg

Designed by Kathryn Nicholson

Cast - Andrew Cleaver, Wendy Killian, Keeley Lawrence, Sylvia Seymour

At a lonely hotel in a remote corner of Yorkshire , Keith, Jenny and their little boy Tommy check in. In the middle of the night, the child disappears. The couple are distraught – but what are they hiding? Who has really taken him, and why?

LD 50

by Daniel McLeod

Directed by Diana Laurie

Cast - Cathryn Brichto, Alexa Brown, Justin Donaldson, Rhiannon Eagles, Natalie Knill, Meg Meagher, David Millard

Funny thing lies. And so useful. You can manipulate people so easily. A small untruth here, a misdirection there and people will behave however you want them to behave. The purpose of the group is to talk about things. The purpose of the group is to help each other. Just like any other day. But there are secrets in the group and maybe, just maybe, today will be a break from the norm…

Watch It Happen

by Tom Campion

Directed by Lydia Maxwell

Cast - Nadia Aldridge, Tamsyn Greenwood, Juliet Oldfield, Sarah Pemberton

Watching over the banks of CCTV monitors in her tiny security room, Charlie rules over the deserted corridors of an office block late at night, where the lives of three other women are unfolding in front of her. Claire wants a better job but is hampered by the vampires, Andrea can't shake the voices coming out of the walls and Jenny is just trying to finish the cleaning and go home… An irreverent, comic and nightmarish tale of the fantasies we create to keep ourselves going.


Sunday 21 October - 7.30pm - The Kings Head Theatre, Islington

Monday 22 October - 7.30pm - The White Bear, Kennington

Tuesday 23 October - 7.30pm - The Inn on the Green, Ladbroke Grove

2nd to 21st October 2007

If I Were a Carpenter

by Dougie Blaxland

Directed by Andrew Harries

If I Were a Carpenter explores three interlinked families in modern Britain. Personal and societal forces converge for each family in this powerful, entertaining drama with an ensemble cast.

Pentameters Theatre, Hampstead

Tues - Sat 7:30pm, Sun 5pm

Tickets cost £12 (£8 concessions)

Read review in The Camden New Journal here

Read review on Remote Goat here

Download the flyer here

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